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" ... consonant between two vowels goes with the latter. (See 4.) 2. Two different consonants, or the two same consonants between two vowels, must be separated. (See 4.) 3. The compound consonants flj, plj, $, tf, \, ffl), jj, ft, fo are never parted in... "
Elements of the English Language, Or, Analytical Orthography: Designed to ... - Page 56
by Albert D. Wright - 1870 - 126 pages
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Ahn's First German Book: Being the First Division of Ahn's Rudiments of the ...

Peter Henn - German language - 1870 - 64 pages
...tf, \, ffl), jj, ft, fo are never parted in dividing the syllables. (See 8, 9, II, 13, 14, 15.) 4. Compound words should be divided into the simple words which compose them. bte Sa ge bte 2Bet be bte 9to fe bte İtint be bte Itn je the scale the willow the rose the hour the...
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Ahn's First [-fourth] German Book[s]: Being the First [-fourth ..., Volume 1

Franz Ahn - German language - 1873
...^ if, $, f<Jj, jj, p, ty are never parted in dividing the syllables. (See 8, 9, II, 13, 14, 15.) 4. Compound words should be divided into the simple words which compose them. (Sdjitf fef bte $ar re dish the barrow bte £>og ge ber 2Btb ber bte ^it dje the bull-dog the ram the...
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